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Old 03-26-2018, 4:44 PM
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Default UHF, VHF Military Air

Just looking for input from others on Mil air traffic around the state, I have copied some UHF air-air traffic from REACH air mobility guys headed N-S over the panhandle. Also USCG sometimes uses their 345 MHZ freq to coordinate between helo's and c-130's. I would like to find frequencies for the National Guard Helo's here in Juneau. The local hanger is sometimes up on 124.650 MHz talking to inbound visitors but the ANG helo has thus far eluded me. Based on hanger antennas they have HF, Singars, VHF, and UHF AM capability.
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Really? no one has frequencies to share?
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Old 03-30-2018, 5:30 PM
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Can anyone provide ANG frequencies from South Central or Interior areas?
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As frequently as I'm in Alaska, I can't find anything to share. My usual spot is directly across the street from a power generating station so the noise floor is chest-high

I've run mil-air searches from 225-400 for 4 days straight with a rooftop ground plane and heard nothing but broadband noise.
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Check out the AIRNAV page:

AirNav: PAJN - Juneau International Airport

It shows the National Guard operating on 124.65 and 64.7 FM.

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Old 04-02-2018, 3:49 PM
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Ok,

I guess I will post what I have found online.

Air Refuel frequencies for Interior 315.900 265.700, 353.800, 255.400.

South Central to Interior 265.700, 270.000, 319.200

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Tower/Local Control UHF 352.050 MHz
Tower/Local Control 127.2 MHz

Ground Control UHF 275.8 MHz
Ground Control VHF 121.8 MHz
Single Frequency Approach 259.1 MHz
Clearance Delivery 343.7 MHz
SOF UHF 395.15 MHz
SOF VHF 139.6 MHz
Pilot to Dispatch (UHF) 372.2 MHz
Pilot to Dispatch (VHF) 139.3 MHz
Pilot to METRO 346.6 MHz
ATIS UHF 273.5 MHz
ATIS VHF 119.9 MHz

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Tower - 127.2/352.05/CH 3
Ground Control - 121.8/275.8/CH 2
ATIS - 124.3/273.5 (Available 1400-0800z)
Radar Final Control - 134.9/259.1 (Ch 16) or 271.3 (Ch 17)
Pilot to Dispatch - 134.1/372.2
Pilot to Metro - 346.6
Single Frequency Approach - 327.1 (Ch 7)
Anchorage Departure - 118.6/290.5 (Ch 4) or 134.35/285.55
Clearance Delivery – 128.8/306.925 (Ch 9)
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This is good information that should be in the database...Mike
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I have not verified any of those frequencies, just found by internet searches.
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Would be interested in if they are using any specific air ti air freq when they travel from Alaska down south going thru Grande Prairie, Alberta. They do land here but the dnd sask mtg base has been closed for years
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I would listen to 303.000 for the Airmobility guys, I have copied traffic on that frequency a few times when they were headed over western Canada.
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